GUN post up some sites/manu's for a nice set of wood grips for my wheel gun

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  1. el capitan

    el capitan New Member

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    i wanna get some nice wood grips for my 686. i like the hogues that came with it, but i really like the look of a set of nice wood grips.

    anyone have any recommendations?
     
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    anybody else? a lil' help here.....

    i just want something kinda stock looking, but in a nice wood. no fancy convoluted fingergroovethumbrest stuff...
     
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    no wheel gun crew? ahh fuck. now i know what it feels like to be Mtech. no one answers my posts


    i guess i'll try my luck with google
     
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    I thought Nill fit the bill :)rofl:) pretty well...
     
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    they have some nice stuff, but they can't be the onlyones... man their site navi is terrible
     
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    thanks, on both accounts. i love my .357 its so easy to be accurate with, but the stainless is a bitch. it shows every bit of dirt. spend a hour at the range, and 2 hours cleaning it
     

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